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Day #256

Day #256Title: The Organ
Location: High Beech Church, Epping Forest
Camera: Univex Mercury II (CX) / Universal Tricor 35mm f/2.7
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 (expired)
Notes: I was glad I managed to make a picture inside the church here, the expired Tri-X helped (rated at ISO400 but I suspect less sensitive now due to its age). Perfect for Treasure Hunt Theme #66 – Musical Instruments.
Today’s Digital Shot: Day #2813

Day #253

Day #253Title: All Saints, Ulting
Location: Ulting, Essex
Camera: Voigtländer Vito B / Color-Skopar 50mm f/2.8
Film: Afga APX100
Notes: Originally I was going to photograph the A-Z of Essex Churches in alphabetical order. But today I found myself at Ulting and realised I probably wouldn’t see it in such splendid weather when I next come this way, so decided to do this one a bit early in the list. I love this viewpoint of the church across the Chelmer & Blackwater Navigation. The churchyard itself is right on the water’s edge, very peaceful, and is one of my favourite locations in Essex.
Today’s Digital Shot: Day #2810

Day #246

Day #246Title: St. Thomas The Apostle, Navestock
Location: Navestock, Essex
Camera: Univex Mercury II (CX) / Universal Tricor 35mm f/2.7
Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 (expired)
Notes: I’ve been testing out my Univex Mercury II camera recently – it’s a half-frame 35mm format camera, so those rolls of 36 never seem to end! Instead I tried some expired Kodak Tri-X 400 which I’ve had kicking about for a while – it only has 20 full frames, so it didn’t take an age to finish the roll. Here we are at Navestock for a visit to the Church.
Today’s Digital Shot: Day #2801